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massamoyo

Thank you for diverting money meant for celebration to the betterment of the poor.However I would have apprecited you more if you would have diverted this money but to the survival of Lake Nyos where your government once tested her chemical bomb Mr Ambasador.

Delors

Everybody is aware of the Nyos Bomb testing except those who are looking for positions. Fai Yengo was the SDO in Wum. However, Mr. Ambassador Cameroon is Israel best Friend in Africa because of the huge amount of Amunitons your country sell to Cameroon and for the fact that for ove 27 years the unity palace has been guarded by Israelis just as they did for the many years they spent with the Emperor/Marshal of former Zaire now RDC. Cameroon has always been a wonderful place for all Ambassadors especially when thy live in Bastos, no light cuts, total security, 20 house girls for for 10.000 frs each as pay etc. Why can they not study our chickens and improve on them. They bring theirs to make our disappear.

cat-on-2

Delor in as much as I will see eye-to-eye with you in some of your blames on the Isrealis, I will differ with you slightly on the August 21st 1986 Nyos disaster. If you had watched National Geography Channel on Thursday February 26th 2009 maybe you will be thinking differently now. It was proven Geo-physically that the incedence was natural and could occur if de-gasation of the lake stops.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

"If you had watched National Geography Channel on Thursday February 26th 2009 maybe you will be thinking differently now."

- cat-on-2

The same National Geography Channel will tell you that the pollution in Nigeria is caused from natural circumstances when indeed records have shown that Italian companies dump their waste in Nigeria. Young man, you simply cannot believe everything you read and see on the Western media regarding Africa.

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